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nabe

(ˈnɑːbɛ)
n
1. (Cookery) a Japanese cooking pot
2. (Cookery) a stew or soup cooked in such a pot

nabe

(neɪb)

n.
Usu., nabes.Slang. a neighborhood movie theater.
[1935–40; shortening and resp. of neighborhood]
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